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Topic Review (Newest First)
06-17-2010 12:07 PM
justified Ulladh
Thanks for the great info I'll pass that on to her. I don't think she cares what size boat she is on so long as she get to sail/race

Peter
06-17-2010 09:18 AM
Ulladh She may want to contact Liberty Sailing Club.
They race J27's in center city Philadelphia.

Drexel and Penn have dinghy racing clubs at Corinthian Yacht Club in Essington.

Philadelphia has a large number of very competitive sculling and dragon boat clubs.

Larger boat racing (for me your boat is large), is rare on the Delaware River.
06-17-2010 08:36 AM
justified
Looking for Crew Philly area

Hello Philly area sailors /racers. I have a favor to ask, one of our crew members is going to be leaving our boat that we race on a 36-2 Pearson. She started with us last yr and has become addicted. She is moving to the Philly area the end of June for Grad school and we would like to try to find her a boat that she might be able to get on. I would highly recommend her, she is very strong and very motivated. She is a Yale grad in Architecture and she also rows crew(she rows at 9kts). We jokingly say when Margot is on board we don't take out the winch handles.
So if any of you can helps us out the crew of Persistence would appreciate it and it would make a nice going away present to be able to have another boat for her to join. Please PM me or email me at pcarey02 at gmail dot com with your contact info and boat info . and i will get you hers.
Thank you
The crew of Persistence
Capt. Peter Carey

 
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